January 26, 2015

Tallahassee Trend

State Capital: Florida's millionaire lawmakers

The net worth of Florida's wealthiest senators and representatives

Amy Keller | 9/9/2013

14. Sen. Jack Latvala (R-Clearwater)
$6,214,406 Up+9.4% from 2011
CEO, GCI Printing Services

15. Rep. Jimmy Patronis (R-Panama City)
$5,667,203 Down-6.3% from 2011
Restaurateur, Captain Anderson’s Waterfront Market in Panama City

16. Rep. Kenneth Roberson (R-Port Charlotte)
$5,556,690 Up+2.4% from 2011
Funeral home owner

17. Sen. Gwen Margolis (D-Miami)
$5,388,175 Up+2.5% from 2011
Real estate broker/investor

18. Rep. John Wood (R-Winter Haven)
$4,714,201 Up+4.0% from 2011
Attorney, Realtor, CEO of John Wood Enterprises

19. Rep. Kathleen Passidomo (R-Naples)
$4,459,257 Up+9.8% from 2011
Attorney

20. Sen. Garrett Richter (R-Naples)
$4,326,158 Down-5.2% from 2011
President, First National Bank of the Gulf Coast

21. Rep. Jim Boyd (R-Bradenton)
$4,057,000 Up+25.3% from 2011
Owner, Boyd Insurance & Investment Services; president and partner, Boyd Group, a commercial real estate and investment firm

22. Rep. Dennis Baxley (R-Ocala)
$4,050,248 Down-26.4% from 2011
Funeral home owner and consultant

23. Rep. Tom Goodson (R-Titusville)
$3,945,703 Up+2.3% from 2011
Road contractor

24. Rep. Michael Bileca* (R-Miami)
$3,855,584 Not available
Dental consultant

25. Rep. (Lance) David Richardson (D-Miami Beach)
$3,097,801 Down-10.6% from 2011
CPA/consultant

26. Rep. W. Keith Perry (R-Gainesville)
$3,051,834 Up+24.1% from 2011
Contractor

27. Rep. Doug Broxson (R-Midway)
$3,003,733 Up+.03% from 2011
Insurance agent

28. Rep. Doug Holder (R-Sarasota)
$2,973,986 Down-2.8% from 2011
Businessman with a 40% interest in an Aaron’s franchise and a truck stop electrification company

29. Sen. Tom Lee (R-Brandon)
$2,813,655 Down-11.2% from 2011
Vice president and director, Sabal Homes of Florida

Tags: Politics & Law, Government/Politics & Law

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